Anonymous said: Do you think the beautiful kids understands the dynamics between aunt Stevie and dad Lindsey and wether they are ok with them act all couply infront of everybody, since their beautiful mom is ok with that?
TCR: What do Lindsey’s kids think of you? Are you like the crazy aunt?
SN: They like me a lot. They totally get it. You know, they’re in the dressing room saying, “Can I wear that cape?” or “I need to put on those boots!”
- Stevie Nicks, 2009
Their (well, at least the oldest two) very first concert was on Stevie’s 55th birthday. I would guess they’re used to whatever the hell goes on within these dynamics. Their normality is quite different from what we see, obviously.
She’s not an aunt to any of his relatives.
"I don’t really consider her to be an aunt or anything as specific as that. She has very deep ties to my family and it’s history and has a place in my family, and I just consider her a very dear friend." (Cory Buckingham, 2004)
Or a godmother to his children.
"Lindsey had his first child at the age of 50, and I feel his little girl Leelee is like my own. I’m not her godmother, but I insist on being a part of her life. She is just to die for. And their little boy Will is gorgeous, like his father. I tell Lindsey’s wife that their children make my heart sing." (Stevie Nicks, 2003)